Infected with FBI Moneypak virus a couple of days back. Specs: Dell Laptop. Win XP home, Serivce Pack 3, 32 bit Symptoms: - After normal boot-up, plain white screen would appear covering entire desktop. - Task Manager was disabled, only option was to power off the laptop. - Could not log-in in Safe Mode. Received blue screen of death During boot-up prior to this white screen appearing, I was able to quickly launch Malwarebytes for a full scan which ID'd two threats. Also ran full McAfee Scan which found two trojans. Researched on another computer and downloaded/ran HitManPro. This enabled a normal boot and somewhat restored the desktop, but it only showed wallpaper and task bar across bottom with start button. All desktop icons were missing. System Restore and RegEdit were disabled by the virus. Everytime these were launched I would receive error messages. "System Restore not able to protect your computer. Please restart your computer, then run System Restore again." The same would appear for RegEdit. When I checked "My Computer" and "System Restore" tab, the checkbox to disable was and remains empty. Once I found MajorGeeks, I followed all steps in your guide to removing Malware. Scripts are attached. After running RogueKiller, all desktop icons reappeared and the laptop seems to be running fine, but System Restore is still not working. Am also unable to toggle System Restore. I receive the same error message above. During WIN OS Cleaning, the scans for Malwarebytes, TDSSKiller and HitmanPro were all clean (no threats). Was unable to copy/paste outcome of MGlogs. Please review and let me know what needs to be done to re-enable System Restore as well as anything else which still needs to be corrected. Thanks!